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Birthday: 7 - 2
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  • Sierra Boggess- out of SoR  Nov 24 2015, 08:53:54 AM

    I was there as well and agree that Sierra looked a little slowed by her boot/brace. I don't think she's as wildly miscast as others on the board. I enjoyed listening to her sing. Sure, it's not an earth shattering role, but her voice sure is pretty. In other news, there were many cameras set up in the back of the orch and they were filming the performance, so maybe that's why Sierra was back.

  • Theater in LA  Nov 6 2015, 10:49:44 AM

    They've announced the Outside Mullingar cast.

  • FIRST DAUGHTER SUITE Previews  Nov 2 2015, 03:25:54 PM

    Where is the best place to sit for this? Center section? I am looking to grab tickets and the performance is pretty lightly sold (so far) so I want to jump on them while I can.

  • 2 tickets - WAITRESS album release at City Center  Oct 24 2015, 09:57:01 AM

    Yes, it sounds INCREDIBLY stupid which is the point I was trying to make. Sara tweeted the presale days ago, I think that if you had seen the presale code, it means you follow her, and that you would've checked the date of her show. If you have it together enough to buy tickets at the exact moment they went on sale, logic dictates that you'd also have it together enough to make sure you could actually attend. She is doing a ONE NIGHT ONLY release. You would then know you couldn't

  • 2 tickets - WAITRESS album release at City Center  Oct 23 2015, 11:30:45 PM

    I can read just fine, thank you. If YOU'LL read, I said nothing about marking up the price... I simply said why buy them just to turn around and sell them mere hours later. I don't get it. It seems like a silly enterprise.

  • 2 tickets - WAITRESS album release at City Center  Oct 23 2015, 06:33:56 PM

    they went on sale only hours ago. did you buy them JUST to sell them? why not just have left them for someone who would actually use them.

  • Theater in LA  Sep 24 2015, 09:55:03 AM

    The Hudson on Santa Monica and Wilcox (I think?) is doing the world premiere of the musical WE ARE THE TIGERS. I saw an early workshop reading of it in NYC probably a year and a half ago and it was super fun. Tickets to a number of performances are on Goldstar for $17.50. I am interested to see it mounted for real now.

  • Lin shared complete Hamilton Recording  Sep 21 2015, 02:40:45 PM

    That's so generous of him. Considering most of the population will never in a million years be able to afford tickets to the show, this is their consolation prize. Enjoy it, people!

  • An Act of God in LA  Aug 26 2015, 01:37:59 PM

    Now here's a reason to see the show. Looking forward to seeing Sean. Do you think Christopher Fitzgerald will join him?

  • New Matilda Leads  Aug 20 2015, 06:51:25 PM

    Yes, Kathy. I'm well aware. I've seen three Matilda's live at this point. But Mattea's is easily the most grating of any performers yet.

  • New Matilda Leads  Aug 20 2015, 05:06:15 PM

    The girl they used for Bryant Park, Mattea, had the most horrific cringe-worthy accent.

  • BROADWAY THINGS: Wherein we state our opinions  Aug 10 2015, 02:32:53 PM

    I think Wicked is terribly overrated. The songs/characters outside of Elphie and Glinda are painful.

  • Ladies and Gentleman....Taye Diggs is your next Hedwig  Jul 29 2015, 03:03:47 PM

    "This is Broadway, people come from all over the planet to see the best theater actors in the world.  You expect a professional theater experience from an actor who is prepared, can remember his lines, and actually sing.  I experienced none of this during my performance the other day with Hedwig.  I believe people are giving him a pass because he's beautiful and the first African-American to do this role on Broadway.  If NPH did this peopl

  • The King and I at TKTS  Jul 29 2015, 03:00:16 PM

    Betsy will be in the Public Theatre's First Daughter Suite October 6-November 15. Will someone take over standby entirely, or just cover for Betsy's absence?

  • Fun Home understudies  Jul 12 2015, 12:10:24 PM

    Wow, she brings a totally different energy to this song. Maybe a bit more masculine or something? Whatever it is, I think it totally works. For those who have seen her, what do they do with her hair? Does she wear a short wig, or goes as is? Looks like the show is in good hands when understudies/swings go on.

  • David Burtka - IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU  Jul 8 2015, 01:51:36 PM

    i think his bailing early is ridiculous and childish. and i think the fact that no news sources have picked this up means people are afraid of alienating NPH. this guy made a commitment. okay, maybe the show is not great, but he signed a contract and his name alone certainly has some kind of box office draw. this is his job. this is what he signed on for. 8 shows a week. you don't see tyne daly or sierra boggess, arguably way bigger names, pulling this crap. this makes him look like an entitl

  • Sarah Bareilles Previews Two Songs from Waitress  Jun 29 2015, 11:08:51 AM

    Selfishly, as a huge Sara B fan, I hope there's some kind of recording of Sara singing the entire score.

    edited to add; can we please change subject to reflect the actual spelling of Sara's name? Thanks!

  • Kelli O'Hara out tonight?  Jun 13 2015, 02:39:53 AM

    Oh man, so sad I missed that. Hopefully some kind of audio surfaces. Betsy is awesome.

  • Best Flop You Ever Saw  Jun 3 2015, 10:33:37 AM

    Was IMPRESSIONISM a flop, with Jeremy Irons and Joan Allen? If so, that.

    I loved every minute.

  • Sydney Lucas Tony Buzz  May 31 2015, 11:08:50 PM

    I felt nothing for Kuhn's performance at the Public and even less on Broadway, though I will admit she absolutely brings the house down with "Days and Days." However, to me, the song feels unearned. I think Helen is a mostly background character, not given her proper due throughout the show to be given such a big, show-stopping number. For the record, this is a slight against the way the character is presented, not Kuhn, who does well with the material she's given. Do I think it deserves a To


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